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Decision time and confidence predict choosers' identification performance in photographic showups

decision times for showups and street identifications for later assessment in the future. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Melanie Sauerland, Anna Sagana, Siegfried L. Sporer. Data curation: Melanie ... Sauerland. Formal analysis: Melanie Sauerland, John T. Wixted. Investigation: Anna Sagana. Methodology: Melanie Sauerland, Anna Sagana, Siegfried L. Sporer. Project administration: Melanie Sauerland

Testing a potential alternative to traditional identification procedures: Reaction time-based concealed information test does not work for lineups with cooperative witnesses

Clinical Psychological Science, Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience, Maastricht University , P.O. Box 616, 6200 MD Maastricht , The Netherlands 2 Melanie Sauerland Direct eyewitness identification is

Consistency across Repeated Eyewitness Interviews: Contrasting Police Detectives’ Beliefs with Actual Eyewitness Performance

In the legal system, inconsistencies in eyewitness accounts are often used to discredit witnesses’ credibility. This is at odds with research findings showing that witnesses frequently report reminiscent details (details previously unrecalled) at an accuracy rate that is nearly as high as for consistently recalled information. The present study sought to put the validity of beliefs ...

Self-Relevance Does Not Moderate Choice Blindness in Adolescents and Children

In two experiments we tested the choice blindness phenomenon in adolescents aged 11–16 years (Experiment 1, N = 87) and children aged 7–10 years (Experiment 2, N = 117) for the first time. Analogous to previously reported findings with adult participants, we expected to replicate the robust effect in these age groups. Furthermore, we investigated the hypothesis that self-relevance ...